Anna Lisa Yoder


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Batik Macro - Pushkinia Poster

Batik Macro - Pushkinia Poster By Anna Lisa Yoder


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6.00" x 8.00"


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Batik Macro - Pushkinia by Anna Lisa Yoder - 6.00" x 8.00"



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"Batik Macro - Pushkinia" poster by Anna Lisa Yoder. Ships within 3 - 4 business days and arrives rolled in a tube. Multiple sizes available.

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About the Image

Batik Macro - Pushkinia by Anna Lisa Yoder

This is a slight crop of an original batik dyed fabric painting I created in 1994, called "Tulips and Pushkinia". The work is on a 6 by 8 foot piece of muslin fabric. The entire piece can be seen in my gallery, along with several other detailed views. In this particular batik (wax resist and dye) process, I waxed parts of the image with brushes and djantings, then dipped them into fiber-reactive dye. In some areas, I instead brushed dye onto the fabric. I had once seen the tiny striped squill (Pushkinia) blooming at the feet of tall brilliant tulips, and wanted to express their relative invisibility in the tulips' shadow.

About the Artist - Anna Lisa Yoder

Anna Lisa Yoder

I’ve been capturing images that tickle my brain ever since my parents handed me my first camera in 4th grade- a well-loved old Brownie Starflex. My “thing” is lighting—the more natural, the better. Back-lighting and worm’s-eye-views have become near-obsessions. As an art major at Goshen College years ago, the best advice I got there from a favorite professor was to “Play with it!”... sage advice which I still follow today. This may mean lying down in a ditch to see some brown-eyed Susans from below, and there’s the fun. My greatest joy in photography is its way of etching moments in my memory. That singular ray of light or fabulous color which would otherwise get forgotten becomes like an old friend when I process or view the image...

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